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  • Training and development resources for employees during COVID-19

    During the COVID-19 pandemic, the university is committed to protecting the health, safety and well-being of all students, faculty, and staff. As many employees find themselves currently working from home, the Marquette community must be creative, flexible and empathetic to each other’s concerns during this difficult time. Employees are encouraged to make sure they’re taking…

  • Update on residence hall move-out process for students

    Dear students, Please share with your parents or guardians. We are writing to provide an update on the residence hall move-out process. After early move-out is concluded on April 5, we will have nearly 2,400 students completely moved out of the residence halls, allowing us to reduce the number of staff needed on campus and…

  • All Summer Studies undergraduate courses to take place online

    Marquette’s robust Summer Studies program, which features a broad array of course options, will continue this summer. However, due to COVID-19, all 2020 Summer Studies undergraduate courses will be offered online to ensure that students can continue their studies from the safety of their homes. Students currently registered for on campus summer classes will be contacted…

  • Take a Walk in the Park Day: Dr. Hunter gives tips on exercise during time of quarantine, social distancing

    In a Q&A, Dr. Sandra Hunter highlights National Take a Walk in the Park Day (March 30), the health benefits of routine exercise, getting fresh air and more.

  • Voting in the April 7 Wisconsin Primary Election: Important information for students

    Due to impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, the university is sharing information pertinent to the April 7 Wisconsin Primary Election and encourages students to engage in the democratic process they’re able during this time, keeping in mind their health and safety the community. Students who planned to vote in Wisconsin as a Milwaukee resident in…

  • COVID-19: What the safer-at-home orders mean, self-disclosure form and signing up for direct deposit

    Faculty, staff and students are asked to read these operational updates related to the COVID-19 pandemic. State and city safer-at-home orders Both the State of Wisconsin and the City of Milwaukee issued safer-at-home orders today. The City of Milwaukee’s order exempts colleges and universities for the purposes of facilitating distance learning, doing critical research or…

  • Students count at Marquette: Census process reminders

    The 2020 U.S. Census is underway with census forms being sent to residences across the nation. As this only occurs once every 10 years, students are reminded about the process for the Marquette campus: Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the majority of students are not currently residing at their campus residence. It is important to…

  • COVID-19 Update: Remote learning extended, Commencement postponed and other key decisions

    Dear Marquette community: As we start our first full week of remote learning and working, we want to thank you for your continued patience as we move the university forward amid this unprecedented set of circumstances. Given changing guidance from the State of Wisconsin and the national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, we are…

  • Father Duns: Keeping the faith, maintaining mindfulness amid coronavirus

    By Shelby Williamson, senior communication specialist in the Office of Marketing and Communication Rev. Ryan Duns, S.J., is an assistant professor and the assistant chair of theology in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences. Working at the intersection of philosophy and systematic theology, Father Duns has published several works on renowned Jesuit theologians and…

  • U.S. Department of Education suspends federal student loan repayments for students

    The U.S. Office of Federal Student Aid announced that it will provide student loan relief for students across the country during the COVID-19 national emergency. The two main announcements included: All borrowers with federally held student loans will automatically have their interest rates set to 0% for a period of at least 60 days. Every…